Adult Education Financial Aid
Welcome to Concordia College and the Adult Education Accelerated Degree Program! The Financial Aid Office is here to assist you with establishing a financial plan as outlined in the materials that you received when you met with Admission.
Our goal is to make the cost of higher education manageable for students and their families. You’ll find that Concordia is one of the most affordable adult education programs in the Metropolitan New York area. In addition to offering financial assistance, we’re tuition reimbursement-friendly with many corporate supported employee education programs in the area.
Going back to school requires a significant investment. This investment of time and resources that you spend completing your degree at Concordia will pay off in so many ways—increased earning potential, career advancement, and personal satisfaction. You should expect nothing less than the best return on your investment.
Financial Aid includes Federal Direct Stafford Loans, Pell Grants, and NYS TAP Grants. Federal Direct Stafford Loans must be paid back after you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment. Pell and TAP Grants are funds awarded to you that do not have to be repaid. The amount of aid that each student will qualify for is different. All ADP students interested in receiving Financial Aid must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Click here for instructions and information on completing the FAFSA and applying for Financial Aid.
For more information, please review the Accelerated Degree Program Financial Aid Information.
For those who find it more convenient to pay on a monthly basis, Concordia offers a payment plan through Tuition Management Systems. Please visit the Tuition Management Systems website or contact the Student Account Services office for more information.
Contact the Financial Aid Office with any questions, or to set up an appointment